Jeremy Mills

Faculty & Staff

   

Jeremy Mills

Education Department

 

     
     

Assistant Professor of Education & Director of Special Education

Office Location: Euler 009
Phone: (765) 998-4879
Email: jeremy_mills@taylor.edu

Specialties: Exceptional Children, Behavior Management, At Risk Students, On-task and interactive academics, Teachers with the heart of Christ

 

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Dr. Jeremy R. Mills

 

EDUCATION:

2006 – 2012 University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky

  • Ed.D.in Special Education Learning and Behavior Disorders degree in progress
  • Certification in Distance Education
  • Course Completion GPA of 3.98

2003 – 2005 Asbury University, Wilmore, Kentucky

  • M.A in Special Education (Learning and Behavior Disorders)
  • Graduated with honors – 4.00 GPA                                          

1998 – 2001 Asbury University, Wilmore, Kentucky

  • B.A. in Psychology

 

TEACHING CERTIFICATION:

Ohio

  • Special Education K-12: Intervention Specialist
  • Highly qualified in Math and Science

Kentucky

  • Special Education K-12: Learning and Behavior Disabilities
  • Highly qualified in Math and Social Studies

           

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES:

2010 – Present Intervention Specialist, Covington High School, Covington, OH.

2006 – Present Adjunct Faculty, Asbury University, Wilmore, KY.

2009 – 2010 Intervention Specialist, East Jessamine High School, Nicholasville, KY.

2007 – 2009 Assistant Director of STAGE (Students Targeted to Achieve Graduation Expectations), East Jessamine High School, Nicholasville, KY.

2003 – 2009 Special Education Teacher, East Jessamine High School, Nicholasville, KY.

2002 – 2003 Assistant Director, Jessamine County Association for Exceptional Citizens, Nicholasville, KY.

2002 – 2003 Youth Minister, Trinity Baptist Church, Lexington, KY.                 

2002 – 2002 Flexible Response Therapist, Bluegrass IMPACT, Versailles, KY.

2001- 2002 Case Manager, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Miami County, Inc., Troy, OH.

2001 – 2002 Director of Youth Ministry, Trinity United Methodist Church, Arcanum, OH

2000 – 2001 Full Time Day Staff, Jessamine County Association for Exceptional Citizens, Nicholasville, KY.

1999 – 2001 Juvenile Sex Offender Youth Counselor, Kentucky United Methodist Home for Children and Youth, Versailles, KY.

 

VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE:

2011 – Present Junior High Football Coach and High School Football Statistician, Covington Exempted Village School, Covington, OH.

2007 – Present Project R.E.A.C.H, Lexington, KY.

1997 Mission Advisor, Teen Mania Ministries, Garden Valley, TX.                    

 

SERVICES:

2010 – Present, Hospitality TeamGrace United Methodist Church

2006 – Present, Graduate Education CommitteeAsbury University

2006 – 2009, Hospitality TeamFirst Alliance Church

 

AWARDS:

2007, Jessamine County Special Education Teacher of the Year Nominee

2008, Ashland Oil Kentucky Teacher of the Year Nominee

 

PRESENTATIONS:

  • Increasing a Student with Asperger’s Task Completion Rates (April, 2007). Council for Exceptional Children (CEC) Kaleidoscope, Louisville, KY.
  • Creating an Alternative Academic Program to Improve Graduation Rates in At-Risk Groups (February, 2008). 20th Annual At-Risk Youth National FORUM, Kingston Plantation, Myrtle Beach, SC.
  • Creating an Alternative Academic Program to Improve Graduation Rates in At-Risk Groups (March, 2008). Kentucky Teachers Learning Conference (KTLC), Louisville, KY.
  • An Examination of Effective Instructional Strategies and Differential Instruction with Use of Specific Modifications and Accommodations in the Area of Math (March, 2008). The Kentucky Educational Collaborative For State Agency Children (KECSAC). Richmond, KY.
  • The Heart of a Teacher Seminar (July, 2008). Project R.E.A.C.H. Cochabamba, Bolivia, South America. International Mentoring: A Model for Rural Schools (March, 2010). American Council on Rural Special Educational (ACRES). Memphis, TN

 

PROFESSIONAL GROWTH EXPERIENCE:

2008 – 2009, Kentucky Teacher Internship Preparation (KTIP) Resource Mentor Teacher, KTIP Trainees

2008, Jessamine County Career and Technology Center (JCTC)

2006 – 2009, Student teacher and practicum supervisor for undergraduate and graduate students from University of Kentucky, Georgetown College, and Asbury University

Practicum Placements

  • 2006, Asbury University
  • 2006, Asbury University
  • 2006, Georgetown College
  • 2007, Asbury University
  • 2007, University of Kentucky
  • 2007, University of Kentucky
  • 2008, Georgetown College
  • 2008, University of Kentucky
  • 2008, University of Kentucky
  • 2008, Georgetown College

Student Teacher Placements

  • 2007, University of Kentucky
  • 2007, University of Kentucky
  • 2008, University of Kentucky
  • 2009, University of Kentucky
  • 2009, University of Kentucky

New Teacher Mentoring      

  • 2007, East Jessamine High School
  • 2008, East Jessamine High School

 

TEACHING ACTIVITIES:

  • Research Statistics and Single Subject Design, Asbury University
  • Instructional Technology (1), Asbury University
  • Introduction to Learning and Behavior Disorders, Asbury University
  • Behavioral Interventions, Asbury University
  • Exceptional Learners/Special Populations, Asbury University
  • Distance Education Technology Technician, Asbury Seminary